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Songs from The Vampire Diaries 7×19: “Somebody I Used to Know”

songs from The Vampire Diaries Season 7 Episode 19: "Somebody I Used to Know"

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Curious as to what beautiful songs were streaming throughout all the breathtaking interactions between Bonnie Bennett and Enzo St. John in The Vampire Diaries season 7, episode 19? Well, you’re in luck because we just happen to have the complete “Somebody I Used to Know” playlist listed below for your convenience. Turn the volume up on your speakers, scroll on down, and enjoy!

"Find a Place" by IKO

Plays during the tense flashback scene in which Enzo rescues Bonnie, who’s busy packing up her belongings and getting ready to move out of her Whitmore dorm room, from the Armory.

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"Auld Lang Syne Jam" by Max DiCarlo

Plays during the flashback scene in which Bonnie is trying to read, but Enzo fills up her wine glass and tells her to go ahead and get dressed because they’re getting fancy. They may be in danger and down on their luck, but they’re not spreading New Year’s Eve moping around in “abhorrent” sweatpants.

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"I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me" by Billie Holiday

This golden oldie plays during the New Year’s Eve scene in which Enzo politely asks Bonnie to stop talking about supernatural research and instead indulge him with the pleasure of her company. Specifically speaking? A romantic slow dance. SWOON!

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"Kiss This" by The Struts

This is badass track is heard during the “slay spree” montage in which Alaric and Stefan — as well as Bonnie, Enzo, and Damon — hit the road to hunt down all the vicious vampires on Rayna Cruz’s hit list and eliminate them one by one.

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"Don't Worry About Me" by Frances

This beautiful, honest song starts to play as Enzo teaches Bonnie a few chords on his guitar. As they strum and joke around, the attraction between them intensifies and they end up kissing.

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What was your favorite music moment from TVD episode 7×19, fang fans? Sound off in the comments!

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